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Tight bras can hinder drainage of toxins from the body – Dr Onayiga

Dr Onayiga Olaitan

The answer to that will be a yes and a no. Based on different school of thoughts, there is a possible link but that has not been confirmed. There are some school of thoughts who claim wearing a bra to bed can impede on some of the lymphatics and these are things that carry away toxins from the body; especially when the bras are tight. And when you have excess storage of toxins in the body, that could result in cancer. Although, this has not been confirmed. Some, though on the minority, also claim you can actually prevent cancer by wearing bras regularly.

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A woman and her BRA:

ONCE in a little while, the social conversation turns to that most ubiquitous subject – a woman’s breast. It really does not matter what the subject matter is: healthcare, fashion /beauty, politics- somehow it just turns up. Conversations vary equally. There is the question of utility: what is its real, God-given use- erotism or nutritional?

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Ms Ezinne Anyanwu

We introduce technology to healthcare market – Ezinne Anyanwu

“One of the things I learnt on coming back here is to be very flexible. Nigeria changed Efferent from what we originally set out to do. On the advisory side, we help healthcare organisations really understand the impact of IT and the improvement it can have on their practices, and how they can streamline different operations rather than the manual process. We also look at patient-centred care and how technology can provide that experience.

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Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode (middle); with Attorney General & Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Adeniji Kazeem (2nd left); members, Lagos House of Assembly, Hon. Adedamola Kasunmu (left); Hon. Gbolahan Yishawu (2nd right) and Commissioner for Science & Technology, Mr. Olufemi Odubiyi during the All Men Walk Against Sexual and Gender Based Violence at the Lagos House, Ikeja.

Produce 11 scapegoats – Ambode tasks Task Force Unit

Subsequently, domestic violence and sexually related cases have been on the increase. And with security measures on ground to contain the somewhat societal ill, the perpetrators seem undeterred. Prompted by this menace, the Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team (DSVRT), last week Thursday, September 8, held a special road walk in Ikeja and Festac Town, Lagos simultaneously as part of event to mark DSVRT domestic violent month, 2016.

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We are very interested in women – EFInA

EFInA is a company funded by the UK Government Department for International Development (DFID) and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. So we are involved in financial inclusion footsteps to ensure that the financial services sector works better especially for the poor and we do this in four areas. We look at research once every two years, EFInA conducts the EfInA access to financial services survey, we have done this survey since 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 and we are doing that of 2016.

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Multilevel Marketing: Does it really work?

At some point in your life, you’ve been offered a multi-level marketing, MLM, network marketing, direct selling, or referral marketing business opportunity. While the offer varies from company to company, it basically promises a chance to either ditch your 9-5 work schedule and be your own boss, or make lots of easy, extra income alongside your 9-5 work schedule.

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Nutrition: Weighing the alternatives

With daily news barraging us about what is good or not good for us, it is becoming increasingly challenging for nurturers in homes to determine what to feed their family. Conflicting reports on foods that have been around for donkey years and the ways they are being grown means caregivers have to weigh their options ever so carefully to determine the best food sources for their families.

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Kate Henshaw, Project Alert speeds-up medical intervention for Baby Michael Alvez

Despite alleged misconceptions over donations towards the medical treatment of Baby Michael Alvez who has facial haemangioma; Henshaw, Aramide Kasunmu and Project Alert have reinstated commitment towards providing continued medical intervention. It will be recalled about three months ago, 21-month-old baby Michael Alvez and his mother Mary were rescued in Lagos with the help of two individuals named Kate Henshaw, Aramide Kasunmu and Project Alert.

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